Wednesday Apr 28, 11:00 AM
141 Applying the Risk-Need-Responsivity Principle and Sequential Intercept Model in Reentry Service Delivery
The risk-need-responsivity principle is commonly referenced in the targeting of criminogenic needs, but it also applies to reentry planning for health services. This presentation will review the fundamental components of the RNR principle; explore an approach to stratifying risk based on health factors, evaluating needs that underlie risk, and developing a reentry plan focused on responsivity efforts; and introduce the Sequential Intercept Model.
- Review the fundamental elements of the risk-need-responsivity principle
- Describe the fundamental elements of the Sequential Intercept Model
- Explore reentry-oriented interventions that align with the Sequential Intercept Model